The Department of Insurance late last week addressed “myths and falsehoods” being disseminated about Medicare supplement insurance products.
Earn CEs, update a designation, and sharpen your sales skills at one of our award-winning classroom seminars next month.
With its expiration date fast approaching (just in time for the Atlantic hurricane season), the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) faces the prospect of another short-term extension to stay afloat.
Over two dozen IA&B members visited Capitol Hill last week for the Big “I” Legislative Conference, where they talked with federal lawmakers about everything from flood insurance to tax reform.
Avoid potential headaches by educating your customers now – in advance of the quickly approaching 2019 Atlantic hurricane season, which is expected to produce 14 named storms.
Summertime brings a slew of seasonal exposures. Get up to speed on how standard insurance policies respond to golf carts, motor homes, trampolines, and more.
How does the CGL respond to an intellectual property infringement claim? Get IA&B Education Consultant Kevin Amrhein’s take on the issue.
As the average cost of dog-bite claims continues to rise, review the ability of carriers to exclude coverage or surcharge policies based on dog breed in Delaware.
What issues would you like IA&B to address? Share your suggestions for the upcoming IA&B Board of Directors’ meeting agenda.
Reduce your risk of a data breach by evaluating the effectiveness of your and your customers’ email system encryption.
While not standard (yet), it is increasingly common that companies require producers to carry a Cyber policy. Read our take on the trend and how IA&B can provide coverage.
Effective June 1, 2019, ACORD will unveil a more robust version of its ACORD 68 – Electronic Delivery Supplement form.
Pending legislation could give federal protections to the insurance industry for providing services to the cannabis-related businesses, plus open the door to new markets.
IA&B recently announced its support of the Delaware Department of Insurance’s proposed amendments to alleviate the need for agencies to send privacy notices (when certain conditions are met).
While the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) faces relatively minor changes this October, it’s a different story for October 2020.
As more states implement cybersecurity rules, you may need to revisit your processes for file disposal.
FEMA announced two initiatives this week – one to help buoy the debt-ridden National Flood Insurance Program, and another to simplify access to the private flood market.
The number of employees eligible for overtime pay would rise (albeit significantly less than the Obama-era change) under the latest U.S. Department of Labor proposal.
The President’s budget proposal would slash $26 billion from the Federal Crop Insurance Program over the next decade.
Take note of the new requirements for Delaware employers to address sexual harassment in the workplace.
Maryland non-resident licensees can disregard the portion of MIA Bulletin 18-11 that references compliance with a two-hour flood CE requirement.
Time is running out to join us for the Big “I” Legislative Conference, May 8-9 in Washington D.C. Register by March 7 (next Thursday) to reserve your spot.
Make your voice heard on the issues affecting the independent agent and broker community by joining us for the 2019 Big “I” Legislative Conference on May 8-9 in Washington, D.C.
Meet Pennsylvania’s new annuities suitability training requirement – necessary for all producers (residents and non-residents alike) who have the authority to sell annuities – with IA&B’s upcoming live CE webinar.